Self Talk with Rachel Astarte

Self Talk with Rachel Astarte

Self Talk takes a conversational look at how we can show up in the world as our best selves. If you're on a journey to your true self, this is your next stop.

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September 27, 2022 29 min

You are the power that you need to return to where you need to be.
—Dan Ruth

Dan Ruth is an actor, writer, director, and storyteller who has called New York City his home since 1993. After years of working in the New York City restaurant and bar industry, Dan has returned to his performance career with the autobiographical A Life Behind Bars, his latest biting and funny original solo theatrical work that focuses on the soul-sucking r...

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It's never too late to tell your story.

J.M. Phillips is a family storyteller with a passion to inspire families to connect through the telling of their past. She started life on Lamlash Street in London, emigrated to Canada, where she obtained her master’s degree, and spent 30 years working as an Occupational Therapist and Hospital Manager. Motivated by her family’s experiences in 1960s London, Jill shares their stories to cele...

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If you're wondering how to thrive in uncertain times, you don't want to miss this episode.

Claire Lautier is a 25-year showbiz veteran and award-winning transformational coach who helps performers take charge of their lives and advance their careers through alignment with spiritual law. In this episode, Claire and I discuss the massive shift we are all experiencing and what we need to negotiate that shift individually. We al...

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EA Csolkovits is the Founder and Patriarch of GIVERS University and author of the GIVE To Be Great series of courses and books. In this episode, we discuss the difference between givers and takers from a business perspective. We also address the importance of mentors on our journey to success—however we define that for ourselves.

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Linda Bjork is a best-selling author, the host of "Linda's Corner" podcast, and the founder of Hope for Healing, a non-profit charity that provides tools and resources to help you create the life you want. In this episode, Linda and I talk about recognizing our strength, even in the darkest of life's moments.

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Dr. T holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, a Bachelor of Science degree in human biology, is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, and a certified massage therapist.
 
 In addition to being the originator of the world’s foremost remote healing training: TNT, Total kNowledge Technique, Dr. T is also the author of ten online programs designed to transform the most common things that ail humans and animals using focused intention, Ange...

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Michelle Woods is a Midlife Design Coach and the owner of Woods Life Coaching. As a Midlife Design Coach, she helps women post 40 stuck in midlife misery stop fantasizing about a life they wanted in the past and start living fulfilled today. In this episode, we talk about women's inherent strength and how we can overcome a limiting self-image in order to step into the life we want for ourselves.

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D. Neil Elliott is a professional engineer with an MBA and has worked in the electric utility industry for over 30 years. His book, A Higher Road, Cleanse Your Consciousness to Transcend the Ego and Ascend Spiritually, is the story of his path to enlightenment. In it, he shares a seven-step process that he followed to achieve inner peace, joy, love, abundance, and prosperity.  His goal is to help others and bring this world into a ...

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Carrie Pitzulo is the founder of Ancient Magic, Modern Living, a program of energetic, intuitive, and spiritual empowerment for women. She has a Ph.D. in American women’s history and is the author of Bachelors and Bunnies: The Sexual History of Playboy. She is currently working on a new book, Death is a Woman: Mystical Lessons on Life, Death, and Grief in a Dying World. In this episode, we talk about goddess worship as well as the ...

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Dr. Hailey Steinhauser is a chiropractor and a wellness coach. She helps people get their health back on track using mind-body techniques, specifically. Powering up the nervous system, breaking old patterns that keep us in survival mode, and focusing on living in the present moment. In this episode, we talk about the constant interaction between our minds and bodies. We also take a closer look at ways to move through mental stuckne...

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Anthony Poponi is a self-titled "neuroscience nerd," positive psychology practitioner, and leadership lover. He is a professional speaker, a jokester from birth, and specializes in putting joy in our workplaces and in our communities through workshops and presentations that leave his audiences laughing and buzzing. In this episode, we discuss the neuroscience of happiness and contentment.

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Nita Sweeney is the award-winning wellness author of the running and mental health memoir, Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running with My Dog Brought Me Back from the Brink and co-creator of the writing journal, You Should Be Writing: A Journal of Inspiration & Instruction to Keep Your Pen Moving. She is a certified meditation leader, mental health advocate, ultramarathoner, and former assistant to writing practice origi...

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Anne Poirier is the author of The Body Joyful: My Journey from Self-loathing to Self-acceptance, leader of the Body Joyful Revolution, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Self-Talk Trainer, and Eating Disorder Specialist. In this episode, we talk about body image—specifically moving from self-loathing to self-acceptance—and, of course, the power of supportive self-talk.

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Amber Campion is a trauma-informed yoga teacher, breathwork facilitator, and mindfulness-based life and leadership mentor. For more than a decade, Amber’s work in the field of emotional intelligence, personal leadership, and self-discovery has led her to create embodied trainings, retreats, and online courses supporting wisdom-seekers to bring their Full Selves to the world.

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Lauren Fonvielle is an Integrative Energy Practitioner who helps her clients break through obstacles—physical, mental, or emotional—that are keeping them stuck and holding them back from living purposeful and joyful lives. In this episode, we talk about how literally to tap into our physical body to understand how it communicates with us. We also address the importance of moving through all our feelings with non-judgment in order t...

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When Ann Hince was nineteen, she woke one morning to find her mother dead in her bathroom. Twenty years later, and still suffering from that trauma, Ann found a simple technique that helped her release these emotions that she calls Insight, or inward-sight. Now Ann is a spiritual teacher, public speaker, and author.

Her book, A Pathway to Insight, details her journey and breaks down her Insight technique.

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Leslie Lindsey Davis's passion is to help people who are where she was 100 pounds ago, struggling to fill that "myself-sized" hole in their heart. Her goal is to help us discover that we are enough, just as we are. In this episode, Leslie and I talk about her book, You Can't Eat Love, as well as how stepping into "The No Should Zone, "  helps us reframe unhelpful thoughts into helpful thoughts.

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If the universe bestows its gifts upon us for free, how can we as healers and creatives feel comfortable charging for our services? Morgana Rae is a bestselling author, speaker, and mentor coach for 27 years.  Morgana guides entrepreneurs, innovators, healers, and humanitarians to heal the rift between heart, spirit, and money. In this episode. we discuss how to charge appropriately for our work. We'll also have the opportunity...

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Isaya is an artist and a magico-pragmatic mindset coach, goddess teacher, and traveling priestess. She works with the Greek Goddesses Archetypes, in real life and online. In this episode, we discuss the Divine Feminine and how the four feminine archetypes (Maiden, Mother, Enchantress/Queen, and Crone) can help us—regardless of gender—shift our mindsets for deep and lasting change.  We also delve into the experience of perimenopause...

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January 7, 2022 10 min

Boundaries are a tricky subject for many of us. We all agree that healthy relationships require healthy boundaries, but what are they, really? How can we create them without feeling guilty? In this episode, I'll answer these questions and give you suggestions about how to create boundaries that work. More importantly, I address the biggest misconception about boundaries: that they are in place solely for our energetic protectio...

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